Liberty wins Academic Bowl, Knox takes second
by TCT Staff
May 02, 2014 12:29 AM | 1773 views | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Liberty Elementary first-place team includes, from left, Jeff Hester, Tyler Epp, Walker Booth, Jacob Hembree, Austin Rosenberg, Sam Wyatt, Sydney Little, Ryan Stewart, Claire Croft, Matthew Chan and Tracy Wagoner.<br>Special to the Tribune
The Liberty Elementary first-place team includes, from left, Jeff Hester, Tyler Epp, Walker Booth, Jacob Hembree, Austin Rosenberg, Sam Wyatt, Sydney Little, Ryan Stewart, Claire Croft, Matthew Chan and Tracy Wagoner.
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The Knox Elementary team is, from left, Maddie MuEuen, Lexi Allen, Victoria Walsh, Kayla Pimpleton, Hope Jiles, Anna DeYoung, Hudson Harper, Jake Matheny, Jed Cobourn, TJ Parks and Janet Marotte.
The Knox Elementary team is, from left, Maddie MuEuen, Lexi Allen, Victoria Walsh, Kayla Pimpleton, Hope Jiles, Anna DeYoung, Hudson Harper, Jake Matheny, Jed Cobourn, TJ Parks and Janet Marotte.
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The Cherokee Zone Elementary Academic Bowl was held recently at Freedom Middle School. The competing schools were Woodstock, Knox, Liberty, Carmel, Clayton and Sixes elementary schools. The students had the opportunity to display their intellectual speed and collaborative skills in a competition of knowledge of current events, literature, math, science, social studies and fine arts. Liberty took first place with Knox as runner-up.

The Liberty Elementary first-place team includes Jeff Hester, Tyler Epp, Walker Booth, Jacob Hembree, Austin Rosenberg, Sam Wyatt, Sydney Little, Ryan Stewart, Claire Croft, Matthew Chan and Tracy Wagoner.

The Knox Elementary team is Maddie MuEuen, Lexi Allen, Victoria Walsh, Kayla Pimpleton, Hope Jiles, Anna DeYoung, Hudson Harper, Jake Matheny, Jed Cobourn, TJ Parks and Janet Marotte.



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